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QPR Reduce Ticket Prices

QPR Reduce Ticket Prices

QUEENS Park Rangers have decided to reduce season ticket prices with immediate effect following consultations with supporters

Following a summer of disappointment regarding the pricing of season tickets and indeed match day prices, new majority shareholder Tony Fernandes has decided to implement the following

- Significant refunds on Season Tickets

The club will be writing to individual season ticket holders in order to provide a refund relevant to the ticket.

- Significant top-line reductions on matchday prices and the continuation of the £5 Adult members discount

- Introduction of a third matchday pricing category, representing excellent value for money for QPR supporters

- Under-8's go free - all children under the age of eight will now be able to attend every QPR home fixture (subject to availability) free of charge, when accompanied by a full paying adult, in the silver and bronze areas of the stadium

Match day tickets range from £70.00 (Category A - Platinum) to £25.00 (Category C - Bronze).

Today marks the true beginning of a brave new era with supporters' voices being heard and the board backing their convictions.

Mr Fernandes will never have to buy a drink in Shepherds Bush again.



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Writer:Boxer
Date:Wednesday August 24 2011
Time: 6:39PM

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